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Islamic Movement in Nigeria calls for release of incarcerated Shi’ite leader Sheikh Zakzaky amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has called on the Federal and Kaduna state governments to release its leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky in view of the trying times facing the country due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Nigeria Shi’ites rip El-rufai over ‘warped talk’ on Sheikh Zakzaky

In a statement sent to TODAY NEWS AFRICA in Washington DC, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) wrote: With increasing pressure on the Buhari regime from home and abroad occasioned by the...

Buhari regime worse than the devil, Nigeria shi’ites say in blistering statement over Sheikh Zakzaky

The blow up statement titled Sheikh Zakzaky's fate not in the hands of El-Rufai sent to TODAY NEWS AFRICA in Washington D.C. was writren by Ibrahim Musa, the official spokesperson of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria...

Islamic Movement in Nigeria assails Buhari over detained leader El-Zakzaky exactly 3 years after court ordered his release

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria on Monday decried what it termed "the continued illegal detention" of its leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife despite a valid federal high court order for his release exactly three...

Islamic Movement in Nigeria blasts DSS for claiming Shi’ite leader El-Zakzaky asked to remain in detention

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) reacted angrily on Saturday over a statement by the Department of State Services (DSS) that Shi'ite leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky was pleased to be in detention. IMN...

Nigerian activists call on Buhari to release all political prisoners, including Dasuki, Zakzaky and Sowore

Nigerian activists who described themselves as members of the Initiative For Conciliation And Right Protection have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to choose dialogue and reconciliation rather than an iron posture in dealing with those who...

Nigerian Shi’ites debunk government claims leader Zakzaky tried to seek asylum in India

By Oni Oladipupo/Abuja The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has described a recent statement credited to the federal government that its leader Sheikh Zakzaky had wanted to seek asylum in India before his...

Sick Nigerian Shi’ite leader El-Zakzaky whisked away after India drama

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has issued a statement detailing how the Shi'ite leader was arrested at the Abuja airport upon his arrival from India and whisked away by security...

Sick Nigerian Shi’ite leader Sheikh Zakzaky departs India without treatment amid row

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - The sick Nigerian Shi'ite leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky has departed India along with his sick wife without medical treatment amid row with the Indian and the Nigerian governments.

Nigeria’s Shi’ite leader El-Zakzaky raises fears Indian doctors may try to kill him, rejects treatment

WASHINGTON (TODAY NEWS AFRICA USA) - The Leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky has refused treatment from "unknown doctors" chosen by the India government in collaboration with the Nigerian government.
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